A fake article is circulating with claims that the Smithsonian has admitted to destroying thousands of giant skeletons since the early 1900’s.
A fake article circulating claims that archaeologists in Ireland have discovered the remains of a previously unknown species of humanoid.
A fake news article is circulating with the claim that the Ark of the Covenant has reportedly been stolen from Ethiopia.
A fake article from late September of 2014 is recirculating with claims that archaeologists in Turkey have found the remains of the fabled Trojan Horse.
A fake article circulating claims that the tomb of Genghis Khan has been located in Mongolia by archaeologists. This story comes from a satire site.
Implying findings from the Biblical Exodus, a fake article claims that the remains of an ancient Egyptian army has been found in the Red Sea.
On October 4th of 2014, a fake article appeared claiming that a document had been discovered which described an eyewitness account of a miracle by Jesus.
Over the weekend, a fictitious news article reported that archaeologists in Ireland had discovered the remains of massacred Roman legionnaires.
A recent news article claims that the ruins of a large ancient city were discovered in the Australian desert. The story is fake and untrue.
A new article is claiming that construction workers in England have discovered the skull of Scottish rebel William Wallace. This story is not true.